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Museveni and his cattle at Rwakitura

Museveni Reveals A Simple Minimal-Cost Method To Cattle Keepers With Large Pieces Of Land

The president of Uganda, His Excellence Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, has finally revealed a simple secret to cattle keepers with big pieces of land.

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Farming is some economic activity that falls under a specific income generating activity. However while at his farm in Rwakitura, President Museveni says he found out that there is improved lush paddock at his farm in just only four months of fallowing.

Therefore with through perpetual improvement of land, Museveni continued and said that his herd was able to move in promptly.

“After four months of fallowing, there is a lush paddock on the Rwakitura farm and a herd has promptly been moved in.

By enforcing this simple and minimal-cost method, the herd has ample pasture all year round.

I encourage cattle keepers  across the country, who have  big pieces of land to emulate this practice.”Museveni says.

The president advised this to cattle keepers while at his home him Rwakitura.

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